PO Box 136
Millersburg, OH 44654-0136
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Holmes County Probate files including administration, guardianships, estates, journals and wills can be accessed on Family Search? They are not yet indexed so you have to do some work to get to the correct page(s). Check it out!
Last Updated--Friday, 22-Mar-2013 07:12:35 MDT
Our regular meeting for Arpil has been moved to Thurdsay, April 18 at 7 p.m.
The Holmes County Chapter, OGS meets on the 4th Thursday of each month at the Society's Library, 434 N Washington St, Ste 2 in Millersburg, Ohio at 7 p.m. unless otherwise noted in the paper. No meetings in January, February or December.
Join our Chapter by filling out this Membership Form and sending it to us at the address listed on the form
- Single Membership — $15
- Couple/Family Membership — $20
Prices include sales tax and shipping
- Revised Edition, 1830 Holmes County Ohio Census — $8
- Winesburg Zion Church of Christ Birth and Baptisman Records — $20
- The Index — An Index to the First Ten Years of "Holmes Co., Heirs" — $17
- Oak Hill Cemetery Book, by Mr. & Mr. Don Guthrie — $12
- Cemetery Readings for Wolfe Creek — $9
- Clark and Oak Hill (Mechanic Township) Cemeteries — $8
- Holmes County, OH Marriages, 1825–1859, Volume I — $29
- Veteran Burials of Holmes County — $10
a listing of all veterans buried in Holmes County.
- Catholics in Holmes County – Readings from 3 Catholic Cemeteries – $7
The library is located in the Holmes County Cultural Center, adjacent to the Victorian House, home of the Holmes County Historical Society, in Millersburg. The address is:
434 N Washington St. Ste. 2,
The entrance is on the south side of the building via a ramp.
If you are coming from a distance, it is probably best to call ahead to make sure we will be open.
April 2nd – December 20th, 2013
Tuesday through Friday 1 — 4 p.m.
Meeting nights of the Society
Library will be closed, except by appointment, in January, February and March.
To schedule an appointment when the library is not open or for further information contact Cheryl Abernathy, (330) 465–5948.
Materials available include:
- Original records from the Common Pleas Court from 1826–1900
- Original records from the Probate Court from 1852–1900 including wills as well as probate files
- 1875 Caldwell Atlas and a 1907 Atlas
- Inter-chapter newsletters from other OGS Chapters
- A variety of family and local histories are also available